Tag Archives: Psychological
Margaret Anna Alice | margaretannaalice.substack.com “Menticide is an old crime against the human mind and spirit but systematized anew. It is an organized system of psychological intervention and judicial perversion through which a powerful dictator can imprint his own opportunistic … Continue reading →
Decisive Liberty Documentaries | bitchute.com From Wikipedia: Yuri Alexandrovich Bezmenov known by the alias Tomas David Schuman, was a Soviet journalist for RIA Novosti and a former PGU KGB informant who defected to Canada.
Yuri Bezmenov explains Communist subversion strategy, subversion and control of western society.
Anna Mikulak EurekAlert Our eyes don’t just take in the world around us, they can also reflect our emotional state, influence our memories, and provide clues about the way we think. Here is some of the latest research from the … Continue reading →
PsyBlog spring.org.uk This mind hack is simple: you imagine yourself way off in the future, or living in a different country or as a different person. The aim is to have that feeling of detachment, of stepping outside yourself, by … Continue reading →
Source: BI Fracking is a contentious business. The process of injecting chemicals at high-pressure into the earth to pull out gas and oil has prompted as many reports condemning it as there are declaring it safe. Homeowners concerned for the … Continue reading →
PsyBlog Literally sitting outside a box, rather than in it, makes you more creative, according to new psychological research. There are lots of metaphors floating around in creativity. We talk about ‘thinking outside the box’, ‘putting two and two together’ … Continue reading →
Michael DeWilde ceibs.edu Introduction The topic of hubris in business and among businesspersons has been taken up in earnest at least since Richard Roll’s celebrated article laying out the argument for a hubris hypothesis in 1986. In the twenty-five years … Continue reading →
Anna Mikulak EurekAlert (April 16, 2012) — Our relationships with others are an essential part of everyday life, but that doesn’t mean that understanding and getting along with other people is easy. Here is some of the latest research on … Continue reading →
Diana Yates EurekAlert CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — We all have them – positive memories of personal events that are a delight to recall, and painful recollections that we would rather forget. A new study reveals that what we do with our … Continue reading →